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FOX News
Mar 8, 2013 12:00pm PST
anew. the captured son-in-law of osama bin laden today pleaded not guilty to trying to murder us americans and he did it blocks away from the spot -- well, from ground zero. how did we catch him and why isn't he at guantanamo bay? >> the lowest jobless rate in four years lifting the dow again. we're in record territory again. are investors getting ahead of themselves? the next time somebody says everything is awful, tell them, no, it's not. and a tsa agent fails to detect a fake bomb in a federal agent's pants even after a patdown. watch out for the shampoo. it's all ahead, unless breaking news changes everything on studio b. >> but first from fox, at 3:00 in new york city, bin laden's son-in-law step into a federal courthouse blocks from ground zero and pleaded not guilty to trying to kill americans. details remain sketchy on the arrest of the former al qaeda spokesman. us officials say they picked him up in jordan and that only happened after officials in turkey caught him and then released him without any charges. according to his indictment he is accused of serving alongside
FOX News
Mar 6, 2013 12:00pm PST
people to say they are going to obey the law. it takes so much work to get the administration to admit that they will adhere to the constitution. it should be a much simpler process. >> shepard: there are very real questions about whether this memo about which i'm sure you have heard something is -- falls under the guidelines of the constitution. whether they are able as a government to decide what americans need to be droned, killed, including here on american soil. back up a couple of years, maybe, and consider that that question could even be brought up, that the government could kill you with no charges, no lawyer, no trial, no nothing, just some bird that flies around, somebody on a joy stick controlling it. and kill you. that's what they're talking about. you can do that, government? rand paul says no. well, there is. [ male announcer ] it's called ocuvite. a vitamin totally dedicated to your eyes, from the eye care experts at bausch + lomb. as you age, eyes can lose vital nutrients. ocuvite helps replenish key eye nutrients. ocuvite has a unique formula not found in your multivi
FOX News
Mar 5, 2013 12:00pm PST
conservative that are concerned about the lack of rule of law, this is a proposal that might find support. >> in report, the liberal group center for american progress, says, americans have always judged severely efforts to deny citizenship to classes of people. is this really the g.o.p.'s path out of the political wilderness? >> shepard: it's certainly a trial balloon for 2016. it's not a development it wasn't at blue jfk. >> jeb bush has said no before to presidential runs and this time he did not say no. his top the way he phrased the answer. >> this is way too early to be making those kind of decisions, and maybe it's a little odd that there would be three people from the same family being president out of 45 presidents. a little strange. i'm not going to shut the door completely, either. it's not -- i don't wake up each day fretting about it. >> how would he fare? according to bowls republican voters, pretty well. jeb bush is number three behind paul ryan and condoleezza rice with 47% of republican voters. when it comes to all voters, moves down to sixth position, way down there. and
FOX News
Mar 7, 2013 12:00pm PST
's imminent danger. >> shepard: a problem with the law. >> but there's some circumstances where those tough choices need to be -- they're very tough choices. >> shepard: there are difficult circumstances and one circumstance which we're dealing with now is agents from two governments, following an american citizen for 48 hours, knowing exactly where he was so they could send a drone down to kill him and killed his son, too when it appears they could have handled this in another way but didn't because they didn't want information getting out. seems to some that maybe what they should do is figure out another way to deal with the information, maybe reform the system to some degree, rather than doing something that governments of other countries might do like, for instance, sirra, but our government doesn't do that. as far as i knew. >> shep, whatever that guy had information about the protection of the united states. we don't have the folks. >> shepard: we know that slopes get slippery and they're concerned this might be one of them. i if killing an american overseas who had all kinds of crap
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